|By Business Wire||
|April 9, 2014 09:20 AM EDT||
All Marketing Solutions, Inc. (the "Company", "AMS") (OTCBB: PTPF), today announced its final round of internal testing with Copy.com cloud storage services for its www.OneBigDrive.com application. Full commercial release of Copy.com integration is expected to be later this month.
OneBigDrive’s advanced consolidation and distribution technology allows its customers to seamlessly merge and manage multiple free or paid OneBigDrive supported cloud storage accounts as a single folder on their desktop. OneBigDrive currently consolidates 34 gigabytes of free cloud storage provided by Box, Dropbox, Google Drive and Microsoft OneDrive.
The imminent addition of Copy.com to our list of supported cloud storage service providers increases OneBigDrive’s free consolidated cloud storage offering from 34 to 49 gigabytes.
“The cloud storage landscape is about to change dramatically,” stated Company president Nikola Pizurica. “As we close in on our short-term goal to provide 50 gigabytes of free consolidated cloud storage and then continue on to provide up to 100 gigabytes of cloud storage for only $9.99 per year.”
“At $9.99 per year we should have the lowest priced offering in the industry. Several cloud storage providers have recently lowered their consumer prices to levels that have been referred to as ‘insane’, but even then, they remain 250% more expensive than our offering. I just can’t wait to see the market’s reaction as we meet our next targets.”
All Marketing Solutions, Inc.
The Company’s mandate is to identify entrepreneurs or companies with emerging technologies that are potentially patentable and at a stage where funding and/or marketing and management expertise is required; first to protect these technologies and second to take advantage of the opportunity they afford the target market. The Company is interested in evaluating both product and service technologies, which technologies meet the Company’s objectives. Upon successful completion of due diligence, the Company’s intention is to acquire or partner with these entrepreneurs or companies.
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